Sergei Parajanov’s masterpiece remains one of the finest examples of pure cinema.
Oddball exploitation cinema from the heyday of the VHS era.
Restrained by American Horror Project standards, Arrow’s The Premonition is nevertheless an impressively delirious example of 1970’s psycho cinema.
One of the weirdest and most unsettlingly haunting horror films of the 1970s is also one of the most misunderstood.
A bizarre, one of a kind slice of outsider horror cinema from the 1970s.
The incredible and strange world of 1970s true-crime inspired exploitation outsider cinema.
The belated sequel to the classic 1974 Texas Chain Saw Massacre is a cocaine-fueled, everything-cranked-up-to-11 reworking of the original narrative.
Basil Dearden’s revolutionary film that combines impassioned social campaigning and powerful crime drama still feels as angry and powerful as ever.